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My Poli Glow experience #108002
05/22/07 08:18 AM
05/22/07 08:18 AM
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Lake Norman, NC
Special_Treat_P182 Offline OP
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The first pic is the boat unwashed. Not too dirty, but dull with old dead oxidized wax.

The second is after the boat has been washed and all the old wax removed by Poli Prep. Down to the gel coat as clean as I could get it.

The last two pics are after four thin coats of Poli Glow. Total labor time was about 4 hours. Granted it's an old cheap Prindle, but I'm pretty happy with the results. <img src="http://www.catsailor.com/forums/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

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Re: My Poli Glow experience [Re: Special_Treat_P182] #108003
05/22/07 10:31 AM
05/22/07 10:31 AM
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Fort Loramie, Ohio
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Looks great!!


Jack Hoying Fort Loramie, Ohio
Re: My Poli Glow experience [Re: Special_Treat_P182] #108004
05/22/07 03:34 PM
05/22/07 03:34 PM
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Westport, Ma. U.S.A.
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Westport, Ma. U.S.A.
She may be old, but she's still beautiful!

Re: My Poli Glow experience [Re: Brian_Mc] #108005
05/22/07 09:41 PM
05/22/07 09:41 PM
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Posts: 267
Ocean Springs, MS
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Ocean Springs, MS
did you buy it from their site? how did you hear about it?


Capt Cardiac
Ocean Springs Yacht Club
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Re: My Poli Glow experience [Re: Special_Treat_P182] #108006
05/23/07 07:21 AM
05/23/07 07:21 AM
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Netherlands
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Netherlands
She is lovely, she may be old but she looks fit!

Re: My Poli Glow experience [Re: Capt_Cardiac] #108007
05/23/07 08:28 AM
05/23/07 08:28 AM
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Lake Norman, NC
Special_Treat_P182 Offline OP
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Lake Norman, NC
I've been frequenting trailersailor.com for over 10 years and guys there have liked the product. I bought the kit direct from their Poliglow website. It's actually a decent value. The initial kit costs $60 and replacement bottles are $40. I used about a third of a bottle of the Poliglow for this application, so at $20 per year, it seems like a good value as well.


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